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, investigators in los angeles are trying to determine why a gunman would hunt down t.s.a. agents with deadly intent. this morning, an agent is dead and several are still injured and the suspect himself is in critical condition. right now he is unable to answer investigators' questions. >> abc7 news has learned paul off the airport thinking he had an airplane to catch. he started shooting when he got the in airplane. a teacher was among those shot in the calf shatter, his lower leg. his boss, a principal, says he has a long road ahead of him. >> his spirits are up. he still is traumaized by all of it. like all of us trying to get our arms around this. >> a family friend told the "los angeles times" he took it hard when his mother died in twine after years of battling m.s. and classmates at delaware high school where he played the french horn said he didn't reach out to anyone. >> there were few that kept to himself but he was one. >> he graduated from the motorcycle mechanics institute in 2011 and moved to los angeles looking for work. a former roommate saw nothing to fear. he was a really ni
. . >>> authorities file murder charges against a man they say opened fire inside terminal 3 at los angeles international airport. details emerged about the shooting that left one t.s.a. dead and others wounded. police say paul ciancia was dropped off by someone at lax before opening his bag, whipping out an assault rifle and shot gerardo i. hernandez at pointblank range. witnesses say sooens -- sooens walk said away -- paul ciancia walked away only to return and shot gerardo i. hernandez again. he left a note saying he was targeting security screeners. brian rooney has more from lax. >> we learnt a few more details. there is surveillance video of the internet - although it has not been released publicly. the fbi made a call for general video that people may have made inside the terminal. in the meantime paul ciancia faces charges that could bring him the death penalty. >> the suspect paul ciancia is unresponsive and unable to talk according to the federal bureau of investigation. he was wounded in the face by police officers at the end of the gun battle inside lax terminal 3. a note insid
-old was raised in this new jersey house and lived in los angeles about 18 months. unanswered are questions about where he got the gun and why he targeted tsa officers and whether he was mentally stable. >> there are a host of surveillance video that we are going through. we are still examining that. there is a thre tremendous amouf evidence that we are continually examining. that will take time. >> if convicted he will face life in prison or the death penalty. brian rooney al jazeera los angeles. >> still ahead on al jazeera america. racing to victory at the new york marathon. go. >> welcome back to al jazeera america. >> let's look at the top stories. the leaders came up with an initiative on the crisis for the agaigeneva 2 conference. >> high level talks in pakistan. the country is reevaluating it's relationship with the united states after an american drone strike killed a top taliban official. >> and the fighting continues in the democratic republic of congo despite a call for a crease fire. ceasefire. >> the announcement raises hopes that peace talk between the two sides will advance. >> th
, but temperatures will be improving in los angeles, midsummer range there. i'll leave you with the extended forecast. >>> bitters battle to purchase a flawless pink diamond that went on the block in switzerland. when the auctioneer's hammer came down, the egg-shaped gem fetched about $74 million. a record price for any gemstone. the auction took place in a luxury hotel in geneva. the buyer remains anonymous. >> congratulations. >> the diamond weighs 59 carats. it's one of the largest gems of its kind ever found. miners found it in africa 14 years ago. the auctioneers did not say in which country. >> the winning bid surpasses the previous record of about $46 million of a diamond auctioned three years ago. >>> that is all for this edition of "newsline." thank you very much for joining us. tavis: good evening evening from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight, a conversation with oliver stone. the writer and director of some of the most successful movies in recent memory. his recent film "jfk" was the in 1998.y released it is now in re release on blu- ray and in select movie theaters. we are glad you
filed against the man opening fire in los angeles airport. new details are emerging about the shooting that killed a tsa agent and wounded several others the suspect is unresponsive and unable to talk, according to the f.b.i. he was wounded in the face by police officers at the end of friday's gun battle inside lax terminal three. investigators say a note inside his bag gave insight to his frame of mind. >> he made a conscious decision to kill multiple tsa employees. he addressed them at one point in the letter and stated that he wanted to, quote, instill fear into their traitorous minds. >> the f.b.i. says he shot tsa agent gerardo her and ines and went up the elevator and came down and shot him again, killing him. his widow spoke to reporters. >> he was a wonderful husband, father, brother, son, and friend. he would have been 40 next week. i am truly devastated, and we are all heart-broken and will minutes him dearly. >> the federal complaint says he used a smith and wetson assault rifle and wounded two police officers and a civilian in addition to killing hernandez. the f.b.i. says
. >> authorities filed murder charges against a man they say opened fire inside terminal 3 inside los angeles airport. officials say the shooter ignored ticket and baggage handlers, but was intent on taking out his rage on t.s.a. agents. brian rooney has more. >> the suspect paul ciancia is unresponsive and unable to talk, according to the fbi. paul ciancia was wounded in the face by plifs at the end -- police officers at the end of friday's gun battle at lax terminal 3. a note inside paul ciancia's bag gave insight into his graham of mind. >> he made a decision to kill multiple tas employees. he addressed them at one point in the letter stating he wanted to "ipp still fear into their traitorous minds." >> the federal bureau of investigation says paul ciancia shot gerardo i. hernandez at the screening checkpoint, went up the elevator, came down and shot gerardo i. hernandez again, killing hip. his widow spoke to reporters. >> he was a wonderful husband, father, son and friend. he would have been 40 next week. i am truly devastated. we are all heartbroken and will miss him dearly. >> the feder
in yemen. >>> man open fired in a crowded los angeles airport, killing a tsa official. ♪ >> the last remaining m 23 rebel fighters in the democratic republic of congo. we have more now let's go to the military base where al jazeera's malcolm webb is standing by. malcolm, it seems like this is the last stand for the rebels. tell us exactly where you are right now. >> reporter: well, i'm in a military base that originally belonged to the government, and then the rebels took it from them last year. the government took it back just a few days ago when the rebels retreated. you can see the gun behind me that rebels have to leave mind. it looks like they poured petro all ovepetrolall over it and trt it on fire, but they think they can get it going again. they think they're going to get this fixed up and fight the rebels soon. if we move the camera across to the right you can see a hill in the distance. this is one of the three hills where the last of the rebels remain and the government has been bombing them with tanks and artillery. the government has said today the final for the rebels t
correspondent. oxidental college in los angeles. private and pricey is known for it's commitment to social justice. it's more striking that this campus is ri rivet with rape and sexual assault. much of i allegedly committed bt repeat offenders. >> i ended up walking back to his place with him. once we were there he raped me. en in the shadows two students that asked us to hide their faces told us they were raped, not by strangers abou but by men hiding in plain site. sight. their fellow students. you clear will you said, no. >> >> yes. >> he kept forcing himself on you. >> yes. >> this junior was raped in harry reiherfirst year. the outrage dre grew when she fd out he was already sanctioned for sexual assaultment. sexual assault. >> he was already sanctioned for sexual assault. >> what was the sanction. >> i think it involved writing a paper of some kind. some kind of research or reflection. >> he was not suspended. >> no. >> and he was not expelled. >> no. >> serial rape is the norm on college campuses. >> here at objectio objection de have three or four that said they were raped. >> this
to normal at los angeles international airport. after yesterday's shooting that killed one tsa agent, injured other people and impacted travel for thousands across the country. police say he was allegedly on a mission to kill asp tsa agents as possible. he is now in custody at a hospital where he was taken after being wounded in a shootout with airport police. dominic dinotoli joins us from the scene with the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: that investigation beginning very much in earnest today. we can show you the moments of chaos in which tsa agents and local police ordered passen germs to throw themselves to the floor. and then they actually ordered them to get out of that terminal. fortunately, one of the passen germs was able to capture this on their phone and get it to tmz. "los angeles times" reporting, quoting an official saying that a note was found on cianci saying he was targeting tsa officials and, quote, pigs. indicating he was obviously after the police here. the associated press also reporting the fbi wants to look into his background. they want to see preci
in los angeles tomorrow night. >>> the florida prosecutor leading the investigation innage alleged sexual assault involving jameis winston, since there is no timetable for a decision to be made, state attorney william meggs said four or five things still need to be done before any conclusions arconclusions are d. now the decision could come tuesday at the earliest. instead of presenting this to a grand jury, he's expected to decide himself whether enough evidence exist to pursue charges against winston who is expected to start tomorrow's game against idaho. florida state holds the number two ranking behind alabama. with both teams playing out of conference games against over matched opponents it opens the door for other marquee teams to battle for the spotlight this year including lsu and texas a&m. john henry smith asked graham watson about lsu's attempt to slow down quarterback johnny manziel. >> no one has been able to slow down johnny manziel. at texas a&m, averages 500-yard a game. close to 50 points a game. this is a team that is built to score. i don't know that lsu can stop it. th
. >>> a gunman opens fire, killing a tsa agent and wounding three other people. at los angeles international airport. today we hear from a friend of the shooter. >>> at the moment that they're seeing this on the tv. their third roommate comes back. saying i just dropped off paul at l.a.x., he didn't with a to go alone. they just knew. i think you just dropped off paul to a shooting. >> police were just minutes from stopping the attack. and should tsa officers be armed? the shooting at l.a.x. has some pushing for tsa to be armed. >>> and edward snowden says british counterparts to the nsa are some of the worst offenders to government oversight. >>> welcome to "around the world." police came within minutes of stopping the alleged l.a.x. shooter from heading to the airport before friday's rampage. one. new details we're learning today. this is from an exclusive interview with a woman who knows the suspect and his three roommates. 23-year-old paul ciancia is charged with murdering a tsa officer. ciancia is in critical condition after being shot by police officers. the fbi says he set out to kill
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? >> "bbc world news" was presented by kcet, los angeles. captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> ifill: federal prosecutors cracked down on a major hedge fund today, securing a guilty plea on insider trading charges and a total penalty of $1.8 billion. good evening, i'm gwen ifill. judy woodruff is off. also ahead this monday, egypt's ousted president mohamed morsi appeared in court, charged with inciting murder and violence, but defiantly insisted he is still the country's legitimate leader. and hari sreenivasan tracks a new york city family trying to get by on one parent's eight- dollar-an-hour wage. >> it's easy looking, oh, yeah, with that money i'll
, los angeles. >> ifill: at the supreme court today, the justices hear arguments that read like a soap opera. can a scorned woman who tried to poison her husbands' lover be prosecuted under a chemical weapons treaty? good evening. i'm gwen ifill. judy woodruff is off. also ahead this election day, paul solman reports on a seattle suburb where voters are weighing whether to create a "living wage" of $15 an hour. >> it's the right thing to do. right now we have corporations making profits and employees making minimum wage. >> it's hard to adjust to that overnight.
los angeles with 845° this morning. for a high temperature today, but as we go towards friday and saturday it will dip down to the low 70s. texas we have rain here and that has been a problem over the last couple of days. the rain is going to be a major problem especially up towards the northeast and that is going to extend to parts of oklahoma and arkansas. >> for dallas how about 69 degrees and san antonio 75. rain is going to be that problem on wednesday, but things are going to clear up and the temperatures up to 72 on say the. we are looking at a few showers on the coast of the florida. a high temperature of savannah 83 degrees, but in atlanta 64 degrees and the temperatures are going to start to drop down on friday. the sun is coming out, but a low temperature of 43. >> secretary of state john kerry addressing the nsa spying scandal. what he says the u.s. will do to calm outrage by american out lies. >> the humanitarian crisis in syria growing worse. the startling new numbers on howl people are suffering there. >> and toronto's mayor coming screen on his much speculated
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. looks like summer in los angeles. no problems there. 27 degrees. denver 13 for you. oklahoma city, 13 as well and 13 in d.c. after you had snow a few days ago. on into europe, things are going to sort of split here. we'll have rain and wind up towards the north, snowshowers possible as well as this atlantic system rolls into northern scandinavia. this cold front is going to come down into the central mediterranean. you'll see the rain and instability here. one very stubborn system has just passed and is now going to be affecting turkey. you'll have another one coming down here bringing the storms, bringing, of course, the wind as well as well as that on going wet weather. the sweet spot is going to be in the middle of the continent, from the british isles right through france and germany, towards western russia, it's been a while since you've had any kind of really calm weather. you'll be feeling a little bit cooler. the tradeoff is it's going to be pretty calm for you into the weekend. nine degrees in london on your thursday. three in stockholm. warsaw, a good sunshine, too. fairly c
, los angeles. captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> woodruff: iran's supreme leader expressed support, albeit limited, for the negotiations over his country's nuclear program, just as a new round of talks kicks off in geneva. good evening, i'm judy woodruff. >> ifill: and i'm gwen ifill. also ahead this wednesday, the last in our series of personal stories from health reform: a denver woman whose insurance policy was cancelled. >> i was nning to keep this plan for the future. this was not a substandard plan. this was a plan that was good for me. >> woodruff: and miles o'brien sits down with chris hadfield, the astronaut whose out-of-this- world dispatches shed light on life in space.
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. washington, d.c. at 6. lots of single digits here down towards the southwest, though, los angeles 24 and sunshine. here's your extended forecas >>> one of the main news this hour, lawmakers in japan's lower house have just passed a bill that would give government officials sweeping powers to decide what constitutes a state secret. the government already has controls in place on classified information. the bill would give senior officials the authority to define what are known as special secrets. that would include information related to defense, diplomacy, counterintelligence, and counterterrorism. public servants found leaking or deliberately obtaining such information could be jailed for up to ten years. members of the ruling coalition hope to pass the bill through the upper house before this session of the diet wraps up next month. once again, lawmakers in japan's lower house have just passed a bill that would give government officials sweeping powers to decide what constitutes a state secret. and that's "newsline" for this hour. i'm gene otani for all of us here at nhk world, tha
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for you? >> "bbc world news" was presented by kcet, los angeles. >>> welce back to "newsline." i'm yuko aotani in tokyo. here some of the stories we're following at this hour. relief workers in philippines are finding themselves blocked by debris and a lack of fuel. following demand from other asian nations have put the brakes on the growth of japan's economy. and a frenchman is doing his best to promote a japanese staple many foreigners find more than a little unappetizing. >>> relief workers are streaming into areas of the philippines devastated by typhoon haiyan with loads of aid. they are finding themselves blocked by debris and out of fuel. authorities have confirmed the deaths of more than 2,500 people. more than 500 bodies have been found in a single day, and they said they expect to find more victims. united nions officials say the typhoon has left more than half a million people homeless. the philipine government ordered more than 10,000 soldiers and police to hit the hardest hit areas. but the storm hit 17,000 communities and the teams don't have enough vehicles to get where t
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murder charges against a man who they say opened fire inside tear at los angeles international airport. police say paul ciancia was dropped off at lax before he opened his bag, whipped out an assault rifle and shot gerardo i. hernandez. paul ciancia walked away only to return and shoot gerardo i. hernandez again. killing the veteran and father of two and injured others. the 22-year-old is in police custody at a hospital and could face the death penalty. >> the healthcare.gov is down again for maintenance right now. technicianses have been repairing it since seat. google and oracle experts will have been consulted. >> for those of you happy to get an extra hour of sleep - here is something else to look forward to this morning - a solar eclipse. a rare crescent-shaped sound will be visible for those living on the east coast. it will move across the atlantic, and sweep across central africa. i'm morgan radford. thank you for joining us. see you again at 7am eastern. >> got evening i'm joie chen welcome to "america tonight sex th" theweekend edition. we have did h dedicated our attention t
over the coming weeks. >> we are learn moring more abot the suspect in the los angele l. >> ninthe authorities say he acd alone. if hthis ithey found a in and . he has been charged with murder and could pace the death penalty. >> the leader of the m-23 rebels declare a ceas ceasefire. the fighting is not yet over. human troops have been fightinhg with the m-23 re rebels on the border just over there. you can hear the sound of the fighting. if i hold up this microphone you can hear the rockets and the bombs that are landing. the hills there are where the rebels still are. beheard therwoowe heard there am left. the government has a lot more men. they have tanks and helicopter and fighting uphill in this terrain is difficult. a short while ago the m--23 rebels political wing put out a communique that the military wing should ceasefire. they should stop fighting there is no sign that they are in agreement with that. they are still up in the hills continuing to battle. over the last ten days the government troops havic at tha n over positions in this area. and they found a few nasty su
are learning more about the. los angeles international shooting. paul ciancia. he mentioned killing tsa agents and how easy it is to get a gun. a tsa officer was killed and four others were hurt in that rarampage. paul ciancia has been charged with murder and could face the death penalty. >> the leader of the m-23 rebels declared a ceasefire. as they retreat the troops are finding mass graves chess t cloe uganda border. the fighting is not yet over. >> this patch of bush next to a former m-23 rebel base looks like any other in eastern congo. something more sinister lies within. this seale sowed soldier leads n that was buried in a shallow grave. he died recently and the smell is unpleasant. hhe died with his arms tied behind his back and his legs tied. it looks like he was executed. are there were four more bodies visible in this hole. before heavy rain buried them in mud. there are many more in the surrounding bush. it looks like he was executed. nearby soldiers in villages say there were four more body visible in this hole before heavy rain buried them in mud. and they say there are many mor
. hernandez was shot at the los angeles international airport. two other t.s.a. agents and a californian people were hurt in the attack. >> a deal signed off between american airlines and u.s. airlines - we have more. >> wheels up, merger of a carrier and americans allowed to take off after closed-door negotiations. >> it will eliminate overlapping routes that us air will share. it will make a more efficient airline. planes under sold on certain roots will be at capacity, driving the prices down. >> the department of justice, six state attorneys general and the district of columbia sued to stop the merger, concerned it would hurt consumer choice. they mild a lawsuit arguing that it should be scrapped on the grounds that if it went ahead 80% of u.s. aviation would be in the hands of four companies. but now the u.s.-american deal is back on. there's a price to pay for the mega-airline. landing slots and gates at several major airports including dozens at regan national apart and laguardia must be gip up to win anti- -- be given up to win antitrust approval. more access will be given in bos
to striking a deal. we'll have a live report on that. >> also, panic at los angeles international airport. coming up, new details behind the incident that led to this very scary scene at l.a.x. >> plus, she was a 12-year-old girl allegedly bullied to death by two classmates. now, hear how the family of rebecca is planning to fight back after the two girls accused in the case are cleared of any wrongdoing. >>> first, the latest on a deadly storm system slamming the southwest. four people killed so far. as winter storm warnings are now in effect from southern california to texas. you're looking at the scene in flagstaff, arizona, right now. that steam is moving eastward which could mean big trouble for millions of americans traveling for thanksgiving. janice dean is live in the fox news weather center with more about this. what's it look like? >> it is a mess, and it's going to continue to be that way over the neck coupxt couple of days. we have lake-effect snow. and then our big system ahead of that, moisture streaming into parts of texas. the risk for freezing rain and/or sleet around the
, laguardia and down towards los angeles not doing too bad. we do expect the delays to increase throughout the next 24 hours. so our holiday forecast zuz have temperatures in the 60s with the cloud cover increasing as we head to thanksgiving. so we got the better side of our storm system. >> we don't mind that. we're not complaining. >> we truly are. let's bring in more. yes, thanksgiving means giving thanks but also a lot of football around the corner. >> i can't wait. because the 49ers led in yards and touchdowns before tearing his right achilles during team drills. today to make room for him mccloud thompson and coach jim harbaugh says he anticipates crabtree will make a seasoned debut at home. and we're back here. mcfadden might be returning on thanksgiving day. he's been nurse an injured ham strike. returned to practice today. and the head coach says he expects mcfadden to be on the field against the dallas cowboys. san jose state running back has worked hard but he hasn't done it alone. they are thankful to have each other. >> wen we bought him to practice, he was shorter
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in miami, 47 d.c. boston 38. dallas 52. denver 67 and beautiful 83 in los angeles. if you had any questions about the power of nature, take a look at these new satellite photos. this is one showing tacloban city in the philippines before the typhoon. green farmland, colorful buildings along the coast. check this out. this is what it looks like today. >> oh, my gosh. >> muddy, lifeless, nearly every one of the buildings gone. even the sea is brown. >> five days after typhoon haiyan struck, the delivery of relief supplies is speeding up. but tacloban city is one of the most desperate places on earth. filtering water through t-shirts. aid ships from the u.s. and elsewhere are on the way, but the need is enormous. more cargo ships are arriving at the airport where thousands are gathering. abc's terry moran was there. >> reporter: this was the waiting area of tacloban's airport. you can see the storm surge tore the place apart. believe it or not, this is one of the only places in the city that is still functioning. this is where people want to get to because this is where you can get out. >> the
with a high of 62. miami, mostly sunny. rain in chicago, 54 the high. dallas, showers as well. los angeles, lots of sunshine. >>> and time now for a check of the national forecast. this morning a storm is tracking east from the plains to the upper midwest. light snow is predicted for parts of wisconsin and michigan. there will be showers from southern texas to kentucky, and it will also be dry through most of the west and warmer in the northeast. >>> houston texans' head coach gary kubiak is out of the hospital after suffering what the team calls a mini stroke. kubiak collapsed on the field at halftime of the texans' game sunday night. while doctors say kubiak will make a full recovery, there's no timetable on when he will be back with the team. >>> and new allegations of bullying against suspended dolphins' linemen richie incognito. incognito was suspended earlier this week after supposedly sending threatening texts and e-mails to a teammate. he also made threats with his previous team. he's trying to weather the storm. he will lose $200,000 for each game he misses. >> in the nba a career
with federally-mandated water tlifly contracts in los angeles and santa clara county and to farmers in the central valley have left san luis the lowest it's been for years. >> i'm sitting on the dock, and the dock is sitting on gravel. despite guaranteed water deliveries, the main problem is mother nature. >> we had some rain probably about three weeks ago. it rained maybe all of four seconds. >> no rain, no snow packs, and a dwindling supply of water left to feed and nourish a thirsty state. >> this doesn't look good. >> andrea, kpix 5. >> there is still plenty of time to recover for the water year, but we are off to one of the slowest starts in history here in the bay area. rain fall did not amount to much at all. for most of you, a few drops on your windshield. 1 one hundred detd of an inch, that's it. we did not get measurable rain fall in the city makes it 52 days now without rain fall. the fourth-longest streak without rain in autumn, and nothing on the radar right now. kpix 5 high def doppler is dry. we zoom things out. the same ridge that took that rain fall and kept it to o
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. knew about it. >> we will leave it there.eave i talking with paul richter of the "los angeles times" covering the state department. thank you so much for joining us by phone. >> she would see as gifts for her parents on christmas and birthdays she would write a poem and illustrated. the writing contests and bleeding essays and one was actually question number three who are three people in history in which you would know and the first two that she mentions are charles, the french poet and the offer -- author. in the early 1950s, jacqueline bouvier was hired as a camera girl for the "the washington times" herald. one column about we have on display is somewhat prophetic because she interviewed vice president who would be adversaries in the 1960s presidential campaign. and as we know in her later life, the last part of her life she was a very prolific editor of books in new york city working with several different authors on the books in several different topics. >> we are going to bring he was speaking at the republican fundraiser last week. also speaking the iowa congressman tom lath
was transferred. he is serving a life sentence for shooting robert kennedy in los angeles back in 1968. a california corrections officer said the move was a routine one. and the fact that it happened 50 years to the day of jfk's death is a coincidence. >>> two decisions connected to the mass shooting at sandy hook elementary in connecticut. tomorrow, prosecutors are expected to release their final report on the investigation into the shooting that killed 20 first graders and six educators in newtown. also tomorrow, a judge will rule whether the 911 calls made from the school should be released to the public. >>> boeing's new planes could be facing a serious issue, an icing problem with eight models and dreamliners. those specific planes avoid flying near thunderstorms, many which contain ice crystals because it could affect the engine performance. united, japan and air india. >>> this next story is a talker. should airlines allow passengers to talk on their cell phones while in flight? how in-flight calls could impact travel. >> reporter: the hassles of flying. baggage fees, paying for
are the top stories this hour. part of los angeles international airport remains close. a gunman open fired in terminal three yesterday killing a tsa agent and wounding others. the police identified the suspect as 23-year-old paul ciancia. >>> pakistan summon the u.s. ambassador after a drone talk killed taliban leader halimulle mehsud
has instituted a series of market reforms since taking over in 2008. >> the suspect in the los angeles shooting has been charged with murd erp. 23-year-old paul ciancia faces the death penalty or life in prison without parole. flights have returned to normal after the killing of a transport worker. >> now to the second pardon our series on senior citizens. when it comes to ageing population, south korea is the fastest growing. has harry fawcett reports many elderly people have no choice but to keep working. >> she may not look it, but she is 62. 15 years after closing shop at her own cafes she decided to come back to work. as well as earning money it's a change for grandchild duty. >> it keeps me feeling young. i meet people and i make money. as long as i can, i want to work. >> she is not alone. a job sharing center for the over 50s is packed with senior citizens. each applicant has his or her own reasons. >> i'm in good shape. do i like like someone over 70. >> translation: my son got married. now i have a darnal. i need -- daughter-in-law, i need a job to save face. >> the over 65s
. thanks very much. >>> the system of friday's shooting at los angeles international airport is still under heavy sedation after cops shot him four times including once in the mouth. the fbi is still working to figure out why this unemployed motorcycle mechanic targeted the transportation security administration. the feds say the suspect, this guy, paul ciancia shot and killed a tsa officer at the security checkpoint there at terminal 3 at l.a.x. they say he then fired on -- fbi officials say that the suspect carried a handwritten note which state he wanted to kill tsa officers and instill fear in their, quote, traitorous minds. one law enforcement official tells the ap that he also wrote that he was a, quote, patriot who was upset with janet napolitano. charges could get him the death penalty. >>> we're now hearing from a pregnant army wife who cops say was video chatting with her husband when a man began stabbing and beating her in her home. this began last week in el paso. we now have a video of her in the hospital. her husband was serving in southeast asia at the time of that attack. po
... >> los angeles... >> san francisco... >> al jazeera america, take a new look at news. this is al jazeera, you are watching the news hour, and these are the top stories. still no confirmed date for the geneva 2 peace talks. efforts to organize a conference which in some eyes was likely to happen later this month, has proven even harder than expected. united nations security council has been briefed on the progress made in dismantling syria's chemical weapons. called the security council but so far the syrian regime has been cooperative. they have taken over the last two areas held by m 23 rebels. many of the rebels are fled to neighbors rwanda, and uganda. human rights groups have been condemning a mass sentencing of hundreding of bangladeshe soldiers. more than 300 have been sentenced to death or life in prison. in the capitol with this story. >> it was a mutiny that shocked the nation, in february 2009, members of the bangladesh rifles boarder guard rose in revolt, common deering their bar racks in the center, and shooting their officers who are members of the army. they demanded better
... >> seattle bureau... >> washington... >> detroit... >> chicago... >> nashville... >> los angeles... >> san francisco... >> al jazeera america, take a new look at news. >> welcome to al jazeera america. the house of representatives have voted in favor of gay marriage. the bill still needs to go back to the senate and be signed by the governor which is both believed to be a done deal. >>> george zimmerman's hometown, members of the watch will no longer be allowed to carry a handgun with them or follow someone they deem suspicious. natasha, there was controversy before the new rules from announced. why is that? >> let me clarify. the police chief wanted to require that neighborhood watch volunteers keep their watch at home. some advocate cried foul. now the chief is recommending that volunteers keep their guns at home. they'll be requiring to through background checks, training and sign a waiver if the to relief police if they choosing to beyond observe and then report. >> we got a bit of reaction. what else are you hearing? >> reporter: this whole issue is so--people have told me how sick th
a way to send it back home. >> the philippine community in los angeles is rallying for those for haiyan and hundreds of thousands of donations are pouring in to the u.s. and southern california, with 350,000 residents la has the largest population in the united states, they are gathering food and supplies and will travel to the philippines next month to present them to victims in person. last weekend the philippine disaster relief organization and roma organization had a 5k walk to raise funds for victims. and experts expect individual donations in the u.s. to top out at about $1 billion. everyone here pitching in to ease the pain and suffering of those hardest hit by this natural disaster. >> reporter: and ricky is the spokesman for the philippine president and joins me on the line from tacloban and we spoke to them and said despite the fact aid is getting in the airport there are still many people desperate for the very things that are being stacked in the airport like food and water, why? >> well, the aid is being distributed in the different towns around here not just tacloban and m
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